WordPress Plugins

We have built and maintain quite a few WordPress plugins, read the latest on those plugins and other WordPress plugins here!


Yoast SEO 5.9: A more accessible content analysis

5 December 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 13 Comments

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A new release doesn’t always have to bring incredible features, as it can silently set the stage for bigger things to come. Yoast SEO 5.9, released today, is such a release. While this release doesn’t contain groundbreaking new features, it does provide an important new piece of the Yoast SEO puzzle for the future: we’ve »

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How to connect Google Search Console to Yoast SEO and fix errors

29 November 2017 by Michiel Heijmans » - 19 Comments

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In our plugin, you can connect Google Search Console to Yoast SEO. This verifies your website for your Google Search Console account and allows you to view your crawl errors. Especially when you have a large site, the number of crawl errors might scare you. In this post, I’ll explain a bit more about crawl »

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Yoast SEO 5.8

15 November 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 18 Comments

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For us, these last few weeks were mostly about our SEO conference YoastCon, but work on Yoast SEO went on as well. Today, we’re proud to present Yoast SEO 5.8. In this release, you’ll find a truckload of fixes and enhancements. I’ll share some of them in this release post and I’ll shine a light »

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User-testing Gutenberg

30 October 2017 by Tim Hengeveld » - 4 Comments

At Yoast, we organize a company-wide user testing session each month. In these sessions, we ask our employees to take a look at a product or feature. On October 12th we focused on user-testing Gutenberg. We did this to gain a better understanding of how different users work with Gutenberg. This knowledge is sure to »

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Gutenberg: Concepts for integrating Yoast SEO

27 October 2017 by Joost de Valk » - 16 Comments

Gutenberg is the new editing experience coming to WordPress. We’ve talked about it before. While we have some hesitations, we do see Gutenberg as a major step forward and are thinking about how we will integrate Yoast SEO into Gutenberg. In this post, we’ll share some of the ideas we’re excited about. Gutenberg introduces new concepts, »

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How to improve WordPress search

28 September 2017 by Jimmy Comack » - 17 Comments

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The default WordPress search functionality is certainly lacking in areas. Although changes were made in 2013 to improve it, there are still a few areas where WordPress could use some help. It is, however, relatively easy to improve WordPress search by adding a few pieces of code. Here, I’ll list some of the methods you could »

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Managing access to Yoast SEO with SEO roles

26 September 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 1 Comment

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With the release of Yoast SEO 5.5 comes a great new feature: SEO roles. A site admin can now determine in the backend of WordPress who gets access to the various settings and features of Yoast SEO. This makes for a more fluid and flexible access protocol for different kinds of users on a site. It is no longer »

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What are custom taxonomies in WordPress?

28 August 2017 by Michiel Heijmans » - 3 Comments

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In WordPress, content can be grouped using categories and tags by default. WordPress calls these groups taxonomies. When you are serious about your content and have a lot of it, it will pay off to create other groups as well. By creating these custom taxonomies, you’re making your life as a content writer easier. More importantly, you’ll »

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Yoast SEO supports Advanced Custom Fields (ACF)

22 August 2017 by Edwin Toonen » - 6 Comments

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Advanced Custom Fields, or ACF, is one of the most popular WordPress plugins to date. It makes it possible to turn WordPress into a full-blown, custom-made content management system. How? By providing an easy way to add and manage custom fields. To use the content analysis of Yoast SEO in these custom fields, you need »

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Yoast’s mission: SEO for everyone

16 August 2017 by Marieke van de Rakt » - 14 Comments

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Our mission is ‘SEO for everyone’. We keep that in mind, in everything we do. But what do we mean by it? And why is it our mission? In this post, I’d like to explain Yoast’s mission. A little bit of history To understand why we pursue this mission, we’ll have to go back in »

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